else can. why? because they kept relatively clean balance sheet. company can purchase $900 million worth of ships. and as day rates recover for dry bulk, the value of those ships will increase dramatically. if secondhand ships return to the reversion to the mean, that would be 77% higher than where they are now. so this diana, what a fabulous opportunity. and it's been the one you've been taking advantage of for the past two years. diana's right. now, the stock is less than -- it's moved. it's less than 50 cents off of its 52-week high, but currently trading at a 4.5% discount with $9.29. if i'm right about the dry bulk space, the value of those assets should increase dramatically over the next 18 months for this $8.88 stock. here's the bottom line, if you believe that the bulk dry index could be bottoming, as i do, then the best way to play it is with dsx diana shipping. remember, speculative stock, $8.88, buy in small increments $8.88, buy in small increments and i beg you limit, not market orders. jeremy in new york, jeremy. >> caller: hey, jim, do you think live up to expectations and be a multimillion dollar company they say it will be? where's that company headed?